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RSPB Arne *Women Only* Full Moon Walk (January 2022)
Don't miss this special opportunity to discover the wonders of RSPB Arne by moonlight, in an event uniquely created by women for women.
At Arne we believe no one should feel unable to enjoy the solace nature has to offer, especially the enthralling spectacle of a moonlit stroll in the woodland.
*Please note the new start time*
Join us for a 4:00pm start, for a 2 hour guided walk around the reserve, taking in the beauty of the full moon and the night sky, lead by a female RSPB member of staff. Your safety is highly important to us, so there will be additional members of staff with us at all times. PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN TORCH.
Disclaimer: If the weather is overcast, the event will STILL GO AHEAD as planned, ticket holders will still be able to enjoy a guided safe night-time walk at Arne.
This event can take up to 12 attendees and tickets include a flask of hot chocolate to enjoy while you take in the beauty of the full moon sky. Yay!
+ booking fee, non-members parking included in the ticket for the duration of the event only.
If you have any unanswered questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 2021, RSPB Arne trialled some women-only events, in response to the devastating news about Sarah Everard and the resulting wave of similar experiences told by women across the country. After several successful women only guided walks, we are pleased to be able to continue these into the New Year. These events won’t be to everyone’s taste, but hope it will allow those, who might not otherwise feel safe, to experience nature in a friendly and safe space. For anyone who would like a further explanation as to why this is a women only event, we would encourage you to read this blog by Martin Harper, former Global Conservation Director of the RSPB. https://community.rspb.org.uk/ourwork/b/martinharper/posts/being-a-good-man-a-reflection-on-what-can-be-done-to-ensure-the-countryside-is-welcome-and-safe-for-all
Our experiences at RSPB Arne follow the latest government guidance on COVID-security.
Social distancing will be maintained throughout the experience.
Hand sanitiser will be available for use.
Test and Trace: We are helping the NHS Test and Trace programmes in each of the UK countries. At the time of booking, we will ask for a name and contact details of all event attendees. All personal data will be held securely and confidentially by us. We will only release the data to the NHS if absolutely necessary and will securely destroy it after 21 days as required.
When booking please provide a valid phone number and e-mail as your booking confirmation will be sent via e-mail. We need a valid phone number (landline and mobile) in case we need to get hold of you urgently to update you with changes/cancellation. Thank you for your co-operation.
For full terms and conditions click here: Microsoft Word - Events Terms and Conditions (rspb.org.uk)
IMPORTANT: We respect your privacy and will not sell your personal data to any third party. Any personal data you provide here is collected and used only for the purposes of booking this event. Your details will only be used by this event's RSPB co-ordinator and will not be shared with anyone else.
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